This panel of experts – a former federal court judge, a former Vice-Chair of the EEOC, and the Director of GLAD’s Transgender Rights Project – will focus on key cases, from the Supreme Court’s 1989 decision in Price Waterhouse v.
Hopkins, to the recent 2nd, 7th, and 11th Circuit Courts of Appeal decisions (from earlier in 2017) to discuss and explore whether Title VII’s prohibition against “sex” discrimination protects all LGBTQIA individuals.
Two other men told the newspaper they met Murray while living in a center for troubled teens and that he paid them for sex in the 1980s.
“Once people hear me talk, they’ll be able to feel my spirit, and they’ll have no doubts that what I’m saying is true,” Heckard told the newspaper in an interview.
Similarly, broadening the areas within law, development policy and practice in which sexuality is considered is an increasingly crucial area of consideration.